*some* Staff is pretty knowledgeable about cross contamination, Others not so much. But if you ask for a gf hamburger bun to be steamed in a paper wrap it avoids any cross contamination! Fries unfortunately are not gf but the food is still good and it’s a quick bite! Have been going here for years (even before diagnosis) and it’s awesome they are becoming more inclusive
Pretty responsive to gluten-free requests, and they offered to wipe down the area where both burgers and buns (gluten) are cooked. But with shared utensils, condiments, and cooking space... I'm sure there's no way to avoid cross contamination. Steamed burger bun was delicious and for what it's worth I had no reaction from eating here. Also, fries are off limits!
I was thrilled to find a restaurant that totally fit the bill for a quick dinner. It is great that Rapid Ray's has made the effort to provide nice soft GF rolls. My burger was very tasty. However, you can watch food preparation here and there is really no way for the kitchen staff to avoid contamination. From the spatula that puts the burger patties on a roll to the condiments being added, there is no separation from gluten. Despite this, and totally against my better judgement, I still ate the burger and ended up reacting to gluten.
My wife was delighted to find that they had GF buns available, although not advertised on their menu. Ray's was our go-to place for late night meals back in the day when it was a lunch van and sorely missed their food whenever we were back in the area since was diagnosed with Celiac disease.